We found 445 resources with the concept halloween
Spooky Math Worksheets
3rd - 7th
Math practice has never been scarier—but only because these sheets are covered in zombies, ghosts, witches, and bats! Due to the concepts, the collection is best suited for upper elementary and beginning middle school students. It provides skills practice in multiplication and division to solving word problems to finding the probability of candy choices to ordering decimals to graphing and connecting points on a coordinate plane. This scary fun collection is sure to provide plenty of practice for a variety of math concepts during the week of Halloween.
Halloween Resources for Kindergartners
Pre-K - 2nd
Halloween doesn't have to be scary! Use a cute collection of worksheets, printables, and presentations to make your kindergarten Halloween unit as cute as can be. Check out the presentations designed for learners on the autism spectrum, as they can ease the stress of a holiday that may be overstimulating for many.
The Graveyard Book: Student Questioning For Learning Strategy
4th - 8th
Questioning a text is a very effective way for kids to develop their reading comprehension skills. Designed to engage all class members, a reading activity prompts pairs to develop and share their own questions about the ending of Neil...
What to Expect on Halloween: A Halloween Social Story
Pre-K - 3rd
Halloween can be scary but knowing what to expect can reduces stress. Here's a story that teaches learners with autism what to expect and how to behave on Halloween. Each page in the 10-page story features one part of a typical Halloween...
My First Little Readers: Level B- Halloween
Pre-K - 1st CCSS: Adaptable
Celebrate one of children's favorite holidays with this fun printable book. Utilizing a simple, repeated sentence structure and supported with fun illustrations, this resource engages young learners in reading about different kinds of...
Whole Language Reading: Pumpkin Pie Baking Activity
K - 2nd CCSS: Designed
Fill your classroom with the delicious aroma of freshly baked pumpkin pie using this fun language arts lesson. Beginning with a class reading of the book Big Pumpkin by Erica Silverman, learners practice identifying rhyming words, making...
Hoot and Howl: Writing and Revising Halloween Poetry
1st - 3rd
After listening to Joan Horton's book Halloween Hoots and Howls (and others), the class generates vocabulary that inspires a Halloween poem. In groups and individually, they use word bank terms to create poetry. Includes a Seasonal Word...
Math Lesson Plan: Halloween Candy Counting
K - 2nd CCSS: Adaptable
Post-Halloween learners bring in candy treats to use for counting practice. They estimate how full a bowl of candy will get when there are 100 and 200 pieces of candy counted and put in it. They take turns counting to 100 and 200;...
Lesson Plan PROMPT: Not Just Halloween: Festivals of the Dead Around the World
4th - 5th
Students research information about Halloween and other cultural festivals of the dead. In this festivals of the dead lesson, students use the assigned website to examine All Hallow's Eve, the Obon, or Los Dias de los Muertos. They...
Sharing Our Surplus Stash: A Trick-Or-Treat Twist
1st - 3rd
Students give the gift of candy to community members. In this citizenship and giving lesson, students read Franklin's Halloween and discuss why the main characters give away part of their Halloween candy. Students brainstorm who in their...